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Cotton Commends AG Sessions’s Decision to Send Judges and Prosecutors to the Border to Deal with the Immigrant Caravan

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May 4, 2018

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Cotton Commends AG Sessions’s Decision to Send Judges and Prosecutors to the Border to Deal with the Immigrant Caravan
Washington, D.C. — Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) today commended Attorney General Sessions’s decision to send judges and prosecutors to the border to deal with the immigrant caravan: “No one has the right to break our laws and enter our country illegally. To allow such crimes to go unprosecuted would create chaos along the border and undermine the very rule of law that allows our country to flourish. Sending more judges and prosecutors to the border will allow them to ensure a fair and full enforcement of our laws, and the attorney general is right to give this issue the attention it deserves.”
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